University Club

Takeout service

The University Club now offers all ASU community members its new weekly lunch takeout options. While the University Club typically provides exclusive services to club members, non-members are welcome to get takeout.

  • Lunch | Tuesdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

You must place your order no later than 5 p.m. on Mondays.

Lunch menus feature locally sourced ingredients and change weekly. Takeout service runs through Nov. 19.


Ordering and pickup

  1. Customers may use Visa or Mastercard. No cash payments accepted.

  2. Pick up your lunch orders curbside or inside the University Club.

  3. Curbside customers may use the University Club parking lot and call 480-965-0701 to have their order brought outside. Parking is limited.

Per ASU COVID-19 guidelines, pickup customers must wear a face covering over their nose and mouth while in ASU buildings and outdoor spaces.

The University Club is conveniently located on the Arizona State University Tempe campus in a historical building originally known as Science Hall. The exclusive membership is comprised of current and retired faculty, staff, alumni, community and corporate members. The University Club provides a comfortable atmosphere for informal gatherings and weekday lunches and is the perfect location for your special event or meeting.


University Club members may enjoy an array of delectable food options for lunch at the Bistro. The casual environment allows for a relaxing meal with friends, coworkers and clients. Seasonally, the Bistro also offers a patio area for one's dining pleasure.

Board Members

The University Club Advisory Board advises on club policies, considers recommendations from standing committees and serves in an advisory capacity to the club’s professional management team. The board provides guidance in their areas of expertise and counsels the club to ensure that the affairs of the club are managed in the best interest of the members.

The board shall work with and advise the club manager concerning club policies, operations, finances and membership services. In this role, the board shall represent the membership to the club manager and, to the best of its ability, communicate to the membership all club policies and actions.

Melinda Alonzo Staff President
Sue Chretien Foundation Vice President
Dominique Laroche Staff | Alumni Secretary | Treasurer
Thomas Schildgen Emeritus Past President
Larry Hilton Alumni Board member

Edward Logan


Board member

Bill Windish Alumni Board member
Nathan Davis Corporate Board member


Membership services email

Events | Meetings

Private Events and Rentals

The University Club has several room options to accommodate any guest list, large or small. The Bistro-Patio and the Club Room are on the first floor; second-floor accommodations include the Heritage, Traditions and Thoren rooms.

  • Bistro | Patio: The Bistro is the club's restaurant where lunch is served Monday through Friday. There is also a patio connected to the Bistro.
  • Club Room: The Club Room is the lounge, which members and guests may use at their leisure. It is equipped with a television and comfortable seating.
  • Heritage Room: The Heritage Room is the largest room, and can hold up to 80 guests at rounds or 120 guests in theatre-style seating. The Heritage Room is separated by a foyer from the Traditions and Thoren rooms.
  • Traditions Room: The Traditions Room is the second largest room, and can hold up to 40 guests at rounds or 72 guests in theatre-style seating. The Traditions Room has double pocket doors that open into the Thoren Room to accommodate 30 additional guests sitting at round tables.
  • Thoren Room: The Thoren Room is the smallest room, and can hold up to 30 guests at rounds or 30 with theatre-style seating. This room has double pocket doors that open into the Traditions Room to hold an additional 44 guests at round tables.


The University Club has 55 first-come, first-served parking spaces. The parking lot is free for members and their guests to use while they are at the University Club. If additional parking is required, the Fulton Center has a parking garage.


Atlasta Catering is the exclusive caterer for the University Club.
Hours: 24 hours a day, seven days a week.


Member Benefits

  • Convenient parking during club use.
  • Comfortable, relaxed atmosphere for any occasion, from informal meetings and gatherings to weddings, receptions and soirees.
  • Convenient Tempe campus location.
  • Free ASU wireless Internet access.
  • Full-service cash bar during lunch and special events.
  • Reciprocal benefits with the University Club of Phoenix.
  • Reciprocal privileges with over 100 private clubs; visit acuclubs for reciprocal clubs.
  • Reduced rates for ASU retirees and those 75 years of age and older.
  • Seasonal access to patio for outdoor events.
  • Special member-only events throughout the year, including high teas, home football game tailgates, colloquiums, annual holiday party and more.

Membership Fees

  One-time fee Monthly dues Annual dues*
Alumni $100 $20 $240*
ASU retiree $100 $8 $96*
Community $100 $22 $264*
Corporate | 1-5 people $200 $65 - $13 each additional person $780* - plus $156 each additional person
Department | 1-5 people $200 $65 - $13 each additional person $780* - plus $156 each additional person
Faculty | Staff $100 $16.25 $195*
Faculty | Staff – with payroll deduction waived $7.50 per paycheck  
Silver member | 75+ $100 $8 $96*


*One-time fee is waived for members who pay dues annually.

Become a Club Member and Supporter

Established in 1989, the University Club welcomes all faculty, staff, alumni, members of the community and corporate members.

Become a member

Membership services email.


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General Information

General Information
Physical address:
425 E. University Dr.
Tempe, AZ 85281

Mailing address:

University Club
P.O. Box 873602
Tempe, AZ 85287-3602